14 September 2016

Dragons' Eyes...

How would it feel to have a dragon watching over you?

This hand-sculpted polymer clay art piece will give you a little bit of that feeling — wear a bit of dragon magic!

07 September 2016

Patr(e)on of the Arts

I have just launched my site on Patreon!

For those unfamiliar with Patreon, here's some info...

Artists are so lucky a place like Patreon exists — it's like a monthly Kickstarter to gain support for ideas and bring them to life. What's cool is anybunny can be a Patr(e)on... from $1 to $1000. I need some time and resources to get to some of the ideas that I've been mulling over for a couple of years, and to do the next book y'all are asking for. And maybe do an extra show or two — you Oddfans can help me do all that!

All reward levels will get news about my upcoming shows and events. Have a look at the Reward Tiers to see what kinda perks you'll get for your $$.

HUGE thanx to everyone who hops on board the Oddfae Wagon...it's gonna be Big Fun!!

17 August 2016

Hey, It's Good...

...you know the rest.

Finally back at work after Comic Con and a lovely vacation in Arizona; just unpacking some unsold pieces to post on etsy, and going to try my hand on Shopify. Wish me luck!

Dragons' Eye Amulet on etsy

08 July 2016

Countdown to San Diego...

One week! Two seats left...

I'm furiously sculpting, and next week I'll be doing final prep for Comic Con, then ten days in my beloved San Diego for the 3F's — food, fun, and friends!

Here's a new Elder sculpt...

I'll have more tentacle-y goodness in my Etsy shop after Comic Con. Stay tuned!

18 June 2016

Cthulhu R’lyeh...

These little guys aren't just dreams...they're nightmares! A new batch of critters for Comic Con — I'm calling 'em Elder Babies!

You can see in the background there's another one waiting in line...
I think he's gonna be blue with one big eye.

All because I broke a shell and didn't want to throw it away!

04 June 2016

San Diego 2016

It's time for my annual pre-SDCC class in San Diego! We're going a little crazy this year — rather than everyone making the same doll. we'll all sculpt a face and build a cage doll to costume any way ya want!

What's a cage doll? You can read a brief history here... This guy is from my own doll collection.

I really want students to concentrate on letting your inner
coutourier out to play in this class, and also
change up the method of doll construction a bit...
the possibilities are endless! Hope to see you in San Diego in July!

Contact Sue Roos by emailing susanka48 at cox.net for more details

25 May 2016

Spinning My Wheels

Have you ever had a project with one bit left to do, but if you mess up that one bit, the whole thing is RUINED. Yah, me, too...

So, here's an old piece to hold you over 'til next time...

This is Hatch. I found him on the patio in the geraniums
one fine day when I was having Morning Tea.

See ya next week.